I havent seen the show, I stopped watching most of them for that very reason.
I understand maknig the odd bad shot, it shouldnt be happening every second show though
. What was described to me that got my goat was the skyline shot. That can be some nasty stuff.
I just recently wached all three volumes of "send-it" from defensive edge. In the first one, there are several "goof ups", though non ever concering saftey. What I really liked about Shawns video was that he showed the mistakes in real time, and pointed out what had gone wrong. No "great shot" or "put him down in his tracks" when the shot was bad, what you saw was another round getting chambered and the fastest corrected follow up possible. Allowing veiwers to see mistakes made by extremly good shooters and how to correct those mistakes.